The theory behind it is very simple: two minor chords spaced a minor 3rd apart. Don't just play these chords in root position though; the inversion matters! This chord progression sounds best if the first chord (C minor) is played in second inversion and the second chord (Eb minor) in first inversion.
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You can also do a tremolo with these chords for an extra spooky effect! To execute a tremolo, position your hands over the chords and rock them back and forth so that all the notes are played rapidly. It’s easier than it sounds! Once you’ve mastered these techniques, let’s move on to the creepy rocking style!
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